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SUPREME COURT REPORTS.
Vols. 106, 107, 108, 109.
EMBRACING ALL OPINIONS REPORTED IN 16 AND 17 OTTO, 108 AND 109 OFFICIAL ED., WITH OTHERS.
ARGUED AND DECIDED
THE UNITED STATES,
OCTOBER TERMS, 1881, 1882, 1883.
WITH HEAD LINES, HEAD NOTES, STATEMENTS OF CASES,
NOTES AND PARALLEL REFERENCES,
STEPHEN K. WILLIAMS,
Counselor at Law.
THE LAWYERS' CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty-five, by
THE LAWYERS' CO-OPERATIVE PUBLISHING CO.,
E. R. ANDREWS, Printer, Rochester, N. Y.
JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,
AS THEY STOOD DURING THE TERMS OF 1881-3, TOGETHER WITH THE DATES OF THEIR COM
MISSIONS AND TERMS OF SERVICE, RESPECTIVELY.
(Allotment Apr. 3, 1982.)
1881, 1883. SIONED. IN
OCTOBER TERM, 1885.
ORDERED BY THE COURT, That the Thirty-third Rule of this Court be amended so as to read as follows:
33 MODELS, DIAGRAMS, AND EXHIBITS OF MATERIAL. 1. Models, diagrams, and exhibits of material forming part of the evidence taken in the court below, in any case pending in this Court, on writ of error or appeal, shall be placed in the custody of the marshal of this Court at least one month before the case is heard or sub mitted,
2. All models, diagrams, and exhibits of material, placed in the custody of the marshal for the inspection of the Court on the hearing of a case, must be taken away by the parties within one month after the case is decided. When this is not done, it shall be the duty of the marshal to notify the counsel in the case, by mail or otherwise, of the requirements of this rule; and if the articles are not removed within a reasonable time after the notice is given, he shall destroy them, or make such other disposition of them as to him may seem best.
Promulgated November 23, 1885.